Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils Hull Artwork for Encore

by Daniel McCarthy
Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils Hull Artwork for Encore

Photo: Norwegian Cruise Line.


Norwegian Cruise Line this week revealed the hull artwork for its upcoming Norwegian Encore, the fourth and final ship in its Breakaway-Plus class.

The artwork, designed by Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, will feature a labyrinth of color inspired by the Barcelona coast. Arranz-Bravo was one of the artists chosen to represent the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

Arranz-Bravo was brought on to the project by the Norwegian team that includes Frank Del Rio, who said he had been inspired by the artist for many years.

“We are well-known for our iconic hull designs and know that Arranz-Bravo’s lively design will complement the colorful destinations in the Caribbean that Norwegian Encore will visit when she debuts next year,” said Del Rio.

Norwegian Encore Hull Artwork.

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